Hony Capital and parent company Legend Holdings plan to expand the US shared-office-space startup WeWork in China after leading its latest round of financing.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board shuffles its management team following the recent promotion of Mark Machin to global president and chief executive.
The private equity firm is the latest to bulk up in healthcare deal-making by hiring Jesse Wu as an adviser to buyouts.
Some buy-side investors want to profit from the retreat by banks from privately negotiated deals but the risks of investing in such illiquid markets can be high.
KKR hires Rob Yang at a time when some analysts say property sales in the world's second-largest economy are starting to peak. Yang was previously at Blackstone.
Luo joins the European-headquartered private equity firm from rival Blackstone.
The private equity firm has sold the Chinese education counsellor Education International Corporation instead of conducting an IPO.
The US printer maker will be sold to a Chinese consortium led by Apex Technology and PAG Asia Capital.
In the second of a two-part series, we look at the huge logistical and infrastructure challenges for e-commerce in India and why investors are still putting in big money.
India may be the next big thing for online retailers, but in the first of a two-part series, FinanceAsia examines how payment issues stand in the way of progress.
Glenwood and Baring Private Equity Asia are paying $478 million for the business, the latest private equity foray into the country's distressed cement industry.
Bain Capital has bought a majority stake in the private hospital group in China from existing shareholders.
Anbang's $12.8 billion bid for the New York-listed hotel chain extends its property-buying binge and highlights margin pressures as competition between Chinese insurers heats up.
The private equity firm has invested in GGC, owner of the bean sprout brand “Meisui Bijin”.
The distressed debt expert has opened an office in Australia as China’s slowdown weighs on the country's miners.
David Pierce of HQ Capital reflects on his 20-year career in private equity in Asia and looks at the road ahead for China.
David Pierce has a 20-year career in private equity in Asia and has run HQ Capital's Asia business since 2014. Here, he gives his views on the outlook for private equity in Asia.
The US law firm hires three partners to strengthen its presence in Asia
The US group acquired the properties from Lendlease.
The private equity executive and former Goldman banker becomes CEO and plans to expand the firm by seizing new economy opportunities.